Well as you know, if there was no shorting, the market has no top and prices go ridiculously high.
Quote from: ken on August 04, 2017, 01:05:57 PMWell as you know, if there was no shorting, the market has no top and prices go ridiculously high.This is the sole reason I'm moving to the seeding approach that Sandy has stated he has been doing. Get in at the bottom, acquire a decent amount of shares and pull your core money out. Let the shares ride. Kind of developing a "Stock Bank" Far less risky in a high risk environment with wild swings and traps IMO.
I see what you are saying. I play the same game. Except I have a tendency to get greedy. And we all know pigs get slaughtered....Just did today!
I admit I dream about the markets to damned often. I do wonder if gold is going to take a year off. Early 2017 was not enough to live on for the next year.